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Benefits-Related HR Policy References

UNC Health Care Employee Benefits Department has created this policy page as a reference guide to policies regarding Employee Benefits for both supervisors and employees. The information listed below is open for interpretation.

Inquiries regarding clarification of policies should be directed to the Employee Relations Department at 984-974-1640.

Leave of Absence

Employees inquiring about Leave of Absence (LOA) should first consult their supervisor. If the employee's supervisor cannot provide the information, the supervisor should contact one of the Benefits Analysts in the Employee Benefits Department at 984-974-1100.

It is very important for employees who are placed on LOA to contact the Employee Benefits Department so they can be instructed on how to continue their benefits while out on leave.

UNC Health Care's policy regarding LOA can be viewed online by clicking the link below.

UNC Health Care's Leave Of Absence Policy (Restricted to Employees).

Voluntary Shared Leave

Employees inquiring about Voluntary Shared Leave (VSL) should first consult their supervisor. If the employee's supervisor cannot provide the information, the supervisor should contact one of the Benefits Analysts in the Employee Benefits Department at 984-974-1100.

VSL forms should be obtained from an employee's supervisor and not the Employee Benefits Department. Supervisors can click below to download Voluntary Shared Leave forms and instructions.

Voluntary Shared Leave Forms and Instructions

UNC Health Care's policy regarding Voluntary Shared Leave can be viewed online by clicking the link below.

UNC Health Care's Voluntary Shared Leave Policy (Restricted to Employees).

Family Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA)

Employees should contact CareWorks about FMLA. FMLA forms may be obtained from CareWorks and employees can click the link below to download instructions.

FMLA Forms and Instructions

UNC Health Care's policy regarding FMLA can be viewed online by clicking the link below.

UNC Health Care's FMLA Policy (Restricted to Employees).

Workers Compensation

The UNC Health Care Workers' Compensation Office administers workers’ compensation for UNC Hospitals employees. UNC Hospitals is a self-insured, self-administered employer and as such it handles the majority of its cases through the Workers’ Compensation Office. In July of 1999, the NC General Assembly mandated that all state agencies use Key Risk Management Services which UNC Health Care now uses in most lost time cases. Learn more about the UNC Health Care Workers' Compensation policy.

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